The President of Israel Rivlin is to form a government of PM Netanyahu.
After legislature signed laws authorising information of a power sharing agreement between the Likud and its centrist rival, Benny Gantz's Blue and White Parties, Israel 's President has tasked Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu in forming a new unity government, ending more than a year in a political impasse.
Netanyahu will continue to hold Israeli policy for at least an additional 18 months, as he struggles in three separate cases against charges of corruption, fraude and breach of confidence.
President Reuven Rivlin noted on Thursday that dual crises of the ideological deadlock and the effect of coronavirus pandemic "I hope that Israel will soon have a govt that will deal with the complex challenges before us."
On Thursday evening Rivlin granted the 70-year-old leadership a two-week mandate to form the government, until 13 November 2021.
Earlier this Thursday, the Parliament of Israel passed amendments by a large majority to both basic laws that would allow Netanyahu, for the first time since December 2018, to form a fully operational unity government.
The Netanyahu's Likud and its main rife former military leader Gantz's Blue and White Parties received 71 votes to 37 votes in favor of the Knights' or Parliament's power-sharing deal.
It is possible that Netanyahu will be sworn in next week to strike a powersharing agreement with a foe, former Chancellor Gantz, who fractured his party to create a rotational compromise with the Prime Minister. The current coalition would be born with him.
After leading the government for the first 18 months, Netanyahu would hand over the baton to him.